College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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The college basketball conference tournaments continue Wednesday March 8th with several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 12PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Syracuse Orange will meet the Miami Hurricanes from Brooklyn New York. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Miami Hurricanes favored by -1 point. Both teams had byes in the first round of this tournament. Syracuse won the only meeting between these clubs that resulted in a 70-55 home victory by the Orange as they cover as an underdog of 2 ½ points. Miami shot poorly in the loss. The Hurricanes enter this ACC Tournament off consecutive road losses to end the regular season at Virginia Tech and Florida St. Syracuse was able to bounce back from a 20 point road defeat at Louisville to blow out Georgia Tech at home in their regular season finale 90-61 as an 8 ½ point favorite. Syracuse is the better three point shooting team making over 38%.

On ESPN 2 at 7PM Eastern Time its ACC conference tournament action from Brooklyn as the Virginia Tech Hokies face the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Wake Forest won the only meeting this year between the teams on the road by five at Virginia Tech as they were hot from the field. Wake Forest blew past Boston College in the first round game Tuesday 92-78. Virginia Tech has won three of four games. Hokies have been a very good shooting team this year from the field and three point line.

The final game from Brooklyn New York in the ACC Tournament tips at 9:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN 2 as the Virginia Cavaliers face the Pittsburgh Panthers. Pittsburgh defeated Georgia Tech in a first round game on Tuesday 61-59 to run their record to .500 at 16-16. The teams did split their regular season meetings with the victor getting the win at home. Virginia has won three straight prior to going through a four game losing streak where they faced extremely difficult competition. Scoring droughts have haunted Virginia the past several years on the tournament stage.

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